We’re running a special one-day workshop, ‘Be Prepared! Managing your organisation through a global pandemic’ as part of the Asia Media Summit in Indonesia
Tagged avian flu, bird flu, broadcasting in an emergency, business continuity, disaster reporting, disease, emergency, emergency broadcasting, influenza, malaria, Sars, smallpox, swine flu, tropical diseases
It’s the last chance to enter the International Radio and Television Union (URTI) Grand Prix for Author’s Documentary. First prize is US$5,000. Deadline is 15 April. Last year the competition received 255 entries from 182 broadcasters. More information
Kenya’s national press have been praised officially by the government, and generally over social media, following the elections on 4 March.
Rosemary and Allia, two CBA-Chevening broadcasting bursars, braved the cold for a glimpse of Commonwealth pomp in London
Tagged broadcasters, Chevening, Commonwealth, Commonwealth charter, GBC, Ghana, Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, Jamaica, Television Jamaica, the Queen, TV Jamaica
The CBA’s president, Moneeza Hashmi, was a trainer at two workshops to engage media professionals on ozone depletion and climate change.
The eight feature documentaries from the global broadcast project Why Poverty? can now be seen on WorldView
That’s how Fijian journalist Myron Williams sees his opportunitiy to learn new skills as a documentary maker. Williams (centre) is one of 15 participants on the Pan-Pacific digital media training project that has just taken place in Tahiti – go […]
Internews, a non-profit media development organisation and CBA affiliate, has teamed up with the University of California at Berkeley (UCB) in the US to launch the Earth Journalism Scholars Program.
In the face of a continuing wrangle over control of set-top boxes, will the country’s digital switchover make the deadline?
Tagged digital transition, digitial TV, Dina Pule, DTT, DVB-T, e.tv, ISDB-Tb, ITU, SABC, Sentech, South Africa
The 2012 DBSF Forum in the Caribbean ran from 13th-14th August in Antigua.